Remember Dong Nguyen, the guy behind the 2014 phenomenon that was Flappy Bird? Well, he's back with an all-new game for iOS and Android called Ninja Spinki Challenges!!.
Swing Copters 2 from the creator of Flappy Bird game is as infuriating as the original. You can download it today on iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Dong Nguyen, of Flappy Bird fame, returned to prominence last week with the release of Swing Copters, and having infuriated mobile users far and wide the first time around, the follow-up is even more challenging on whole new level. So much so, in fact, that the lone developer has released a swift update of iOS and Android which, thankfully, makes it a bit less cumbersome to play. More details and download link can be found right after the jump.
Dong Nguyen, whose .GEARS Studio developed the famed Flappy Bird title for iOS and Android, has come through with a follow-up title that, on first play, seems every bit as tedious and frustrating as Nguyen's smash-hit title. Rolling out for iOS and Android, Swing Copters is not so much tricky as infuriating, and given that Nguyen claimed to have pulled Flappy Bird due to the stress it was causing gamers, this new title looks set to raise heart and blood pressure levels all over again.
Flappy Bird made a dramatic exit from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store, leaving users scratching their heads as to when it will make its dramatic return. Though its developer - Dong Nguyen - had promised that it will make a comeback, with gameplay slightly toned down as to prevent frustration among players, but now, the game has returned, but there’s a catch.
Even though developer Dong Nguyen pulled his immensely popular Flappy Bird game from the App Store and Google Play Store earlier on this year, the cult following it garnered has since spawned various tribute acts and spin-offs. But while most of these clones have been pushed out by opportunistic developers looking to cash in on the title's success, one Apple enthusiast has come through with a port for the Apple II, and surprisingly, it works like a charm. Having released a clip of his creation, aptly named Flapple Bird, in action, he seems to have replicated the graphics and gameplay down to a fine art, and as I think you'll agree once you see the clip, the result is simply awesome.
Flappy Bird, the famously frustrating title that was previously available on iOS and Android until its creator decided to take it down, is set for a dramatic return, with the dev stepping out and confirming that it will re-emerge on the scene this coming August.
Before Flappy Bird, it was all about Rovio's Angry Birds, and now, the Finnish entertainment company has come through with a new title that offers similarly challenging physics to the recent cult mobile hit. Called RETRY, it requires you to intricately direct a small plane through a set of obstacles, and in checking out the 50-second launch trailer below, you'll see precisely where its gets its name from.
Flappy Bird was undeniably one of the biggest successes in mobile gaming we’ve witnessed since the Angry Birds franchise made the scene. And being pulled by its developer when the game had reached an all-time high in terms of fame and revenue - on both the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store - it was strongly believed that the game will never see the light of day again, until now.
Yes, there are ways that you can still download and enjoy Flappy Bird on your mobile device such as the iPhone and Android, and we’ve got all the details for you right here.